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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (January 10, 2008)

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$10,000 gift targets two Gardner CDC programs. 302
$150M power plant proposed for Barre. 398
`Little Woman' Big Dreams; South Lancaster native Jodi Lynne Sylvester will tour worldwide with musical. 1162
`Stuck' kids on rise in state; More are reported institutionalized. 491
3-town effort proposed for ambulance service; Study committee comes up with 24-7 plan. 615
35 years after abortion ruling women's equality far advanced. 550
5 Pats make AP All-Pro team; Moss, Tomlinson the only unanimous picks. 570
Addiction practice under fire; Public resistance surprises manager. 524
Agnes I. Quaglieri. 166
Anne A. Thebodo. 114
Antonina Ciecuria Slowik. 140
Area senators land key roles; Brewer, Chandler on spending. 594
Arlene M. (Armstrong) St. Peters, 78. 214
Assessment compromise proposed for Tahanto. 1395
Bane tries to see bright side of gig opposite the Patriots. 927
Beacon Hill Roll Call. 886
Bee taps a world of knowledge; Geography students vie for a spot in district finals. 636
Board endorses police-fire complex; Affordability issue behind 4-1 vote. 727
Bobcats scratch flat C's; Pierce off as 9-game streak ends. 746
Boylston Police Log. 371
BRIEFS. 308
Business briefs. 465
BYOB policy under review by officials; Councilors, license board examine practice, petitions. 917
Cadillac's tags beget a nice tale. 712
Cairns tapped for `Excellence' on the job. 371
Card to not seek re-election. 375
Cleanup clash; Council rightly riled at $1.2 billion EPA mandate. Editorial 363
Company fined for violations in Northboro. 199
Concorde Kozlowski. 138
Constance DiVincentis. Obituary 82
Constance H. "Connie" (Kotseas) DiVincentis. 165
Consultant hired for proposed mall. 773
Consumers get choices; Energy adviser says market is changing. 559
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2386
Deborah, Terrill, E. Murphy, 55. 195
DEP fines Millbury company for violations in Northboro. 158
Dierdorf marvels at 16-0 season. 870
Disaster plan can save pets; Response team seeks volunteers. 713
Dr. Robert Weber. 284
Education program set up to boost at-risk students. 413
Ellen Clark. 179
Ethel V. Moback. 138
Ex-insurance broker sentenced to 5-7 years in prison for theft; Ordered to repay clients' $466,000. 682
FDR trove; Collection a potentially valuable research resource. Editorial 239
Fire displaces 11 on Vernon Street; Red Cross assists one family of 3. 239
Fitchburg teams rout Wachusett; Basketball matchups productive. 1130
Fori Spiro, 78. 152
Francis L. Hirtle, 89. 190
Freshman delivers for Hudson. 517
Funerals Today. 320
Funny folk goddess. 178
Gloria M. Antonio. 267
Gobron appointed superintendent. 138
GOP faithful mixed on Romney chances. 746
Happy Birthday West Boylston. 191
Harold August Johnson. 204
Helen Mardirosian Jodray. 173
Hilltoppers still undefeated. 1060
In retrospect, an interesting year; Many tales to tell in the arena of Montachusett T&G sports. 757
Jewel shines in the fourth; Doherty halts Naps' rally. 618
John Gonelli. 272
John J. Gonelli. 274
Joseph Tureene. 303
Kathleen Chalifoux. 361
Kenneth Raymond Gauvin. 228
Kimberly Ann Kirker. 189
Knife crimes, domestic attacks rise in Worcester; Chief notes fewer shootings, more stab victims. 1106
Landfill hit with $26,000 penalty for pollution. 709
Latest collapse frustrates city officials; Heywood-Wakefield section falls 4 stories. 833
Laurence Bay Sr. 173
Leonard Smith. 296
Leroy A. Lindquist, 85. 266
Levy, WTAG agree to contract; `I could be there until I'm 106,' radio talk show host says. 508
Love of horses a stable business; Vintage Grafton shop saddles up with help of a second generation. 814
Lucy T. Christoforo, 91. 254
Margaret Ruth Lowe, 70. Obituary 378
Marion Louise Rossi. 328
Mary A. "Nonnie" (Turco) Fortunato. 414
Mary Eileen Frances (Duffy) McGoldrick, 80. 397
Maynard man faces charges in stabbing. 264
Maynard Tigers finding success. 994
Michelle K. Kender, 25. 184
Michelle K. Kender. Obituary 127
Mildred Grace Lawrence, 81. 255
Minutemen's home win streak over UMass' defense, rebounding continue to be an issue. 384
Neighbor to neighbor. 703
Neighbor to neighbor. 849
Neighbors see City View as a sight worse; Objections cited to proposed 90-unit building. 910
New heights; Fitchburg team soars into season. 753
New school times vex parents. 400
No retail in plans for Lancaster Mills; Proposal includes 180 apartments. 663
No. 2 Fitchburg stays unbeaten; Clutch 9-2 run chills Bernardians. 440
Northboro police log. 335
Officials discuss 2008 plans and priorities. 1028
Officials discuss 2008 plans and priorities; What's cooking in Westboro. 790
Officials discuss 2008 plans and priorities; What's up in Northboro this year. 988
Officials joust over auto rates; Commerce's filing scrutinized by state. 784
Ona `Suzana' Rajeckas. 213
Parent irate with school over visit. 892
Patricia Lotane. 217
Paul Hackett. 242
Pauline L. Tarky. 141
Penalty for site runoff issued. 831
Pharmacy clinics get approval from state; Alternative to ER for minor illnesses. 656
Pierce doesn't expect to start. 862
Pioneers settle for another tie; St. John's battles back in 3rd. 418
Pitchell moves out of Vaughn's shadow. 828
Playwright focuses on `Sin' in serious theater. 421
Poll site moving to church; Mixter woes also force change in voter registration. 421
PRESS BOX. 260
Raymond J. Chenette Jr. 304
Recent Deaths. 1184
Region is toast of show; Celebrating New England. 542
REGIONAL DIGEST. 341
REGIONAL DIGEST. 303
REGIONAL DIGEST. 138
REGIONAL DIGEST. 500
Rendition policy divides Glodis, DA; Sheriff says deputies unused in `power play'. 725
Richard E. "Dick" Keene, 73. 287
Richard Keene. Obituary 93
Richard T. Desplaines. 160
Robert Charles DelSignore Jr. 275
Robert J. Juneau, 89. 261
Robert S. Shanks. 205
Russell C. Troy. 99
Sandy says; Editor's blog. 537
School board's tactics on grant in dispute. 1101
School chief search begins in earnest. 270
School roofs drip money; $700,000 needed to fix leaks, heating problems. 681
Seeing the LIGHT; The art of plein air painting to be exposed at exhibit. 392
Selectmen tackle issue of police station. 377
Senior Center plan revived; Fish and Game site envisioned. 586
Shrewsbury police log. 1695
Slippery when winter; Clearing snow and ice vitally important to the disabled. 1386
Southern N.H. offers attractive resorts. 1234
Spang becoming player of the future. 1411
Spartans manage late rally. 1030
Special teams vital to Pats; Third phase has big effect. 838
Stacia Humber. 206
Stanley A. Pulaski, 89. 232
Success is sweet for Razorbacks; Team holds league title. 446
Taking steps to change world; Performance program targets at-risk youth. 592
Technology bond eyed for schools; $1.588M proposed for Quabbin. 576
That's a lot of scratch for a ticket; $10M lottery jackpot won by Oxford man. 661
The Social Security dilemma. 473
Theresa A. Vigneault. 238
Time to enjoy the fruits of your labors. 590
Town chiefs, selectmen air appointments, issues; Vannais is on Board of Overseers. 950
Two Worcester men charged in drug raid. 195
Venise F. Withstandley. 251
Verizon cable TV talks are under way. 415
Water connection, conservation fees are reduced for multifamily housing. 606
West Boylston Police Log. 652
Westboro police log. 778
Where is James Madison when Bay State needs him? 481
Wild Willy's will corral your yen for burgers. 937
William Kerr Jr. 237
Wong settles in to the job; Mayor goes about the city's business. 434
WPI sinks Coast Guard; Big brothers put on show. 666

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